Paris Jackson doesn’t need to post on social media to prove she loves her dad! The daughter of the late Michael Jackson took to Twitter early Monday to slam some of her online haters.
“If you try to harass someone into posting online about a holiday (Father’s Day), ask yourself if it's any of your business,” Paris tweeted.
if you try to harass someone into posting online about a holiday (fathers day), ask yourself if it's any of your business.— Paris Jacksoη (@ParisJackson) June 20, 2016
Michael Jackson passed away in June 25, 2009, and since the King of Pop’s death, his daughter has honored his memory on numerous occasions.
Recently the 18-year-old has gotten some new tattoos as a tribute to MJ.
She got the cover of his 1991 album Dangerous on her forearm and the phrase “Queen of My Heart” written in her father’s handwriting on her wrist.
the craftsmanship of tattoos will always be a controversy. some people like them, some people absolutely hate them. i appreciate art, i always have. especially when that art means something to me. today i can look at my inner forearms and see art that has meaning for me, i don't see a dark past anymore. my scars and past of self-hatred have been covered by loving marks, creativity, ingenuity.. and depth. sure i will always carry my past with me, but i see ink as a way of changing for the better, always improving. they represent strength for me. i look back at my old self and then i look in the mirror, and i see a fighter looking back at me. i'll always keep fighting, and encouraging others to stay strong. we all go through hell every now and then but it makes us the warriors of love we were meant to be. so to anyone struggling, it gets better. you're not alone.
In addition to serving as a tribute to her dad, the tattoos are also very symbolic of the teen’s former struggles.
“Today I can look at my inner forearms and see art that has meaning for me,” she wrote in a recent Instagram post. “I don’t see a dark past anymore. My scars and past self-hatred have been covered by loving marks, creativity, ingenuity.. and depth. Sure I will always carry my past with me, but I see ink as a way of changing for the better, always improving.”